Printed Electronics Awards
IDTechEx Printed Electronics Awards recognise company innovation, success and development. The award ceremony will be held at Printed Electronics USA, bringing together companies from around the world.
The Awards are hosted by IDTechEx, a leader in providing independent global research and analysis on the development and application of printed and potentially printed electronics (organic, inorganic, composite) and photovoltaics.
If you would like your organization to be recognised for outstanding achievements in the following categories simply follow the entry instructions. Any organisation operating within the graphene, photovoltaics, printed or partially printed, organic or thin film electronics market is welcome to apply.
The winners will be announced during the conference keynote session on the morning of Wednesday November 19. Each award winner will be given the opportunity to give a 5 minute power point presentation to this influential audience.
You can enter one or more of the following categories:
Technical Development Materials Award
This award will be given to the most significant technical development over the last 24 months in the field of material development. A material is defined as any consumable used in the manufacturing of a printed electronic device, for example substrates and fluids/inks. Submission Instructions
Technical Development Manufacturing Award
This award will be given to the most significant development of a manufacturing device, process or production plant in the industry over the last 24 months. Manufacturing developments optimize the process of lab-scale or mass-scale production by improving productivity, quality, reliability, uniformity, or scale. Submission Instructions
Product Development Award
This award will be given to a company who has launched a new integrated product based on printed electronics and is in the process of bringing it to market. The category will be assessed on the technical development of the product, its potential market, and benefits it brings over alternatives. For this award, a product is defined as two or more materials integrated through a manufacturing process. Commercial success is not a criterion for this award. Judges will focus on the innovation of the product development. Submission Instructions
Best Commercialization Award
This is the award given to an actual commercial success with an end product using printed electronics. Judges will look for success in terms of products sold and revenues generated, as well as impact on the marketplace and society at large. Mass scale deployment is an important consideration for this award. Submission Instructions
This award will be given to an academic research organization that has made a significant contribution over the past 24 months to the understanding of the principles and accrued knowledge behind printed electronics. Submission Instructions
The independent panel of judges include:
The judges may request further information and submissions should not contain confidential data. Companies that apply will not be named.
Please submit the following:
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